Learning and Development Managers are often highly competent trainers who have been promoted on their technical capability and have a history of success in designing and delivering learning outcomes. Apart from their knowledge of instructional design, training delivery, training administration, and training logistics, today's Training Manager must have skills in leadership, coaching, counseling, and resource planning. Furthermore, he or she must have a fundamental understanding of the broader business strategy and the impact and contribution of the Learning and Development function on organizational objectives. This Learning Short-take combines self-study with workplace activities to develop skills in effectively leading the training team to deliver organizational goals. Participants will evaluate their current approach to management of the training function and develop new and innovative approaches for application in their role. This Learning Short-take is designed for completion in approximately 90 minutes. Learning Objectives Assess key business challenges against current training function contribution. Analyze each step of the Internal Performance Consulting and Delivery Process cycles. Evaluate the role of Training Management and personal contribution. Assess personal Training Management skills and attributes as a role model. Calculate time and activity over the last four weeks. Use the Current Training Function Analysis tool. Complete a SWOT Analysis and current activity evaluation. Analyze Measurement processes. Map training team performance andqYou need to complete this plan before meeting with your manager or prior to on- going coaching. You will ... Take your participant guide and all other documentation received during the training course to this meeting. Remember - you ... aThe mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions.a Oliveranbsp;...
|Title||:||Strategic Training Management|
|Publisher||:||AudioInk - 2012-04-03|